On this edition, we visit an Indian start-up platform that aims to create new ventures. We see how spice farmers on Zanzibar are using organic agriculture to escape poverty. We visit a collector in Bahrain who's turned his home into a museum. We catch up with paragliders in Bulgaria. And we take a look into a chapter of Mexico's history.
In this special edition of PopXport, we introduce you to some of the hottest artists on Germany's rap scene. We've got portraits of Marten Laciny, aka Marteria, Hamburg's hip-hop-dinosaurs Fettes Brot; we sit in on Max Herre's Unplugged concert and close with clips from Casper, Sido, the panda-suited artist who calls himself Cro and Die Fantastischen Vier.
Part of the Gurlitt Collection will be going to Switzerland. Have all the issues concerning this problematic art collection now been resolved? We also look at Islamist online advertising, a dance project about textile workers in Bangladesh, and a remarkable production of Puccini.
In this edition, we meet a social worker from Poland who's helping homeless people from eastern Europe in Hamburg. We look back at how women in West Germany had to fight for their right to get behind the wheel. And we get to know a special effects technician who makes unique stage props in Bremen's state theatre.